MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 270, 2019The 2nd Conference for Civil Engineering Research Networks (ConCERN-2 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Transportation Engineering and Planning|
|Published online||22 February 2019|
Road improvement from flexible pavement to rigid on Munjul - Panimbang Road Banten
Civil Engineering Department, Banten Jaya University, Serang City Banten, Indonesia
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Roads are an important element in promoting public welfare. With the approach of regional development, the achievement of balance and equitable regional development. Munjul-Panimbang Road Section, a crossroads of tourist access and liaison between villages and sub-districts, this certainly requires an increase in roads in facilitating transportation mobility. Improving the pavement structure that has been declining is one of the solutions that must be done immediately by replacing the pavement flexure structure into concrete pavement (Rigit Pavement). This project has been completed, thereby analyzing the suitability of the Concrete Pavement Road Pavement Planning. This road improvement uses the Concrete Pavement Concatenated Pavement (BBDT) type, stretching the thickness of concrete plate and the required reinforcement diameter. The research method based on Concrete Pavement Concrete Pavement Planning, Pd T-14 2003. Primary data and secondary data are needed as supporting in research. The result of the analysis shows that concrete pavement planning is 15 cm thick concrete plaster and perforated reinforcement per meter using 5D15 mm - 200 mm, while crosslinks per meter of 2D10 mm - 500 mm can withstand the burden of vehicles traveling on the road with the age of 20 years.
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